Here’s the Raw Food Recipe for ya…
Holy Basil Chai Spiced Latte Tea
1 cup water
1/2 tsp fennel seeds
1/2 tsp cumin
1/4 tsp cloves
1/2 tsp cardamom
1/2 tsp holy basil or tulsi
1/2 tsp cinnamon
Pinch of Vanilla Powder
1-2 tsp lucuma powder
Add all ingredients and let simmer for 20 min (at least).
For Coconut Milk:
1 cup coconut water
1/2 cup coconut meat
2 Tbsp Raisins
Blend and strain through a nutmilk bag.
When the tea is done simmering, strain into a mug and add your coconut milk.
In a pinch, sweet basil can be substituted for holy basil.
• ½ cup holy basil leaves
• 2 cups cold water
• 2 heaping teaspoons green tea
• Seed of 1 cardamom pod
• One 1⁄4-inch-thick slice fresh ginger
• One 2-inch cinnamon stick, broken
• 2 whole cloves
• Pinch of nutmeg
• 1 tablespoon honey
• Milk, to taste
1. In small saucepan, boil basil and water. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 3 minutes. Stir in tea, spices and honey: bring almost to a boil. Remove from heat, cover and steep 3 minutes.
2. Pour mixture through fine wire-mesh strainer into warm teapot, discarding solids. Serve with milk. Garnish with skewered crystallized ginger cubes, fresh basil leaves and grated nutmeg.
Dd my 2nd liver/gallbladder flush, the recipe being:
eat non-fat all day
-stop eating at 2:00
1 1/2 hours before bedtime, drink :
1/2 c. olive oil, then 1/2 hour later
1/2 c. more olve oil, then another 1/2 hour later
1/2 c. more olive oil, and immediately lay on your right side for as long as possible,
And today, having a Tesla light therapy followed by colonic, was seen thousands and thousands and thousands of gallstones leaving the body, forever! 50 years of gallstones, it was so dramatic. I’m so happy!
Black drawing salve is a natural remedy I first heard about when visiting a local Amish community to pick up produce and eggs. I saw one of the farmer’s sons applying what looked like tar to his arm after getting a large splinter from a fence post.
I asked what he was putting on his arm and was told that it was a drawing salve to help pull out the splinter and make sure the area didn’t get infected. I was fascinated and wondered if it would work and if it would stain the skin.
The farmer assured me that it didn’t stain the skin and that they used it all the time in their community to help with wound healing and drawing out things that were stuck in the skin. He said that it was even effective on some spider bites for drawing out the venom.
I asked if there was a place to buy it, and was told that they made it themselves but the farmer offered to write down the recipe for me.
We’ve been making variations of this recipe ever since. It takes a while to make but is very effective and well worth the time. We especially use it for splinters and pieces of glass that get stuck in the skin.
I have not tried it personally, but black drawing salves are also said to help remove moles and skin tags, and there are many stories of it removing skin cancer!
Black Salve Ingredients:
- 3 Tablespoons of comfrey, calendula and plantain infused olive oil (see instructions below)
- 2 tablespoons shea butter
- 2 Tablespoons of coconut oil
- 2 Tablespoons Beeswax
- 1 teaspoon Vitamin E oil
- 2 tablespoons Activated Charcoal Powder
- 2 Tablespoons Kaolin Clay
- 1 Tablespoon honey
- 20 drops (or more) Lavender Essential Oil
What to Do:
Before making the salve, it is important to infuse olive oil with comfrey, calendula and plantain. You will need 1 tablespoon of each of the herbs, finely powdered in a food processor or blender, and 1/2 cup olive oil. It can be infused in one of these two ways:
- Powder the herbs and place in a small jar. Pour oil over the herbs. Leave in jar for 3-4 weeks, shaking daily, and then strain through a cheesecloth for use.
- Heat the herbs and olive oil in a double boiler. Leave on low/medium heat for about an hour until oil gets strong smelling and darker. Strain through cheesecloth for use.
Personally, I keep a big jar of olive oil with plantain, comfrey and calendula in my herb cabinet and let it constantly infuse for use in salves and lotions. When the oil is used, I discard the herbs and begin the process again.
To make the salve:
Combine infused olive oil, shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax, vitamin E oil and honey in a glass jar in a small pan of water. Heat the water to a simmer and carefully stir mixture in the jar until all ingredients are melted.
Quickly pour in to small jars or tins and let sit until hardened (several hours).
Store in airtight container and use as needed on cuts, splinters, etc.
How to Use Black Salve:
Make sure area has been cleaned well. Put a generous amount of black salve on the wound or splinter and cover with gauze or a large bandaid.
Leave at least a few hours or overnight to allow it to draw out the infection or object. Some things (like glass… in my experience) may take a day or two and several applications to draw out an object.
This salve is a wonderful natural remedy but it is not a replacement for medical care when needed. Consult a doctor before using if you have any health conditions or concerns.
Natural Insect Repellent Recipe
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You can make natural insect repellent yourself. The insect repellent is safe and effective, plus it costs much less to make it than to buy it.
There are a few different formulations you can make for your natural insect repellent. These repellents involve diluting essential oils that the insects find distasteful or which confuses them. The oils don’t mix with water, so you’ll need to add them to other oils or to alcohol. It’s important to use an oil or alcohol that is safe for your skin. Also, don’t go overboard with the essential oils. The oils are potent and could cause skin irritation or another reaction if you use too much. If you are pregnant or nursing, do not apply an insect repellent, natural or otherwise, until after you’ve gotten it cleared by your physician.
Natural Insect Repellent Ingredients
Different insects are repelled by different chemicals, so you’ll get a more effective repellent if you combine a few different insect-repelling natural oils. If you are making large amounts of insect repellent, a good rule of thumb is to mix the repellent so it’s 5-10% essential oil, so mix 1 part essential oil with 10-20 parts carrier oil or alcohol. For a smaller batch use:
* 10-25 drops (total) of essential oils
* 2 tablespoons of a carrier oil or alcohol
The essential oils that work well against biting insects (mosquitoes, flies, ticks, fleas) are:
* cinnamon oil (mosquitoes)
* lemon eucalyptus or regular eucalyptus oil (mosquitoes, ticks, and lice)
* citronella oil (mosquitoes and biting flies)
* castor oil (mosquitoes)
* orange oil (fleas)
* rose geranium (ticks and lice)
Safe carrier oils and alcohols include:
* olive oil
* sunflower oil
* any other cooking oil
* witch hazel
Natural Insect Repellent Recipe
Mix the essential oil with the carrier oil or alcohol. Rub or spray the natural insect repellent onto skin or clothing, using care to avoid the sensitive eye area. You’ll need to re-apply the natural product after about an hour or after swimming or exercise. Unused natural insect repellent may be stored in a dark bottle, away from heat or sunlight. If you wish, you may combine the oil with aloe vera gel to change the consistency of the product.
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“The muffins will come out moist and naturally sweet with a little bit of a crunchy texture from the nuts. For a richer texture, you can add some raisins, walnuts or even some carrot shavings (or pulp from carrot juice). The possibilities are endless and so is the guilt! The more healthy ingredients you add, the more nutrient rich these muffins will be.
If you do not own a dehydrator, some toaster ovens are equipped with a dehydrator option. Or, you can “bake” these on the lowest oven temperature your oven will allow. My oven will not go lower than 200 degrees. Anything heated over 118 degrees is not considered raw. However, if you do bake these on low temperatures, they will still be a healthier muffin than the supermarket varieties that contain additives, preservatives and unhealthful oils and fats.
When I am forced to “bake” raw dishes in the oven, I cut the time needed if I was to dehydrate in half. You just need to keep an eye on them to be sure that they don’t dry out.”
1 tablespoon raw whole golden flax seeds, ground into a meal in a coffee grinder or small food processor
¼ cup raw oat groats, ground into a powder/flour
¾ cup raw organic almonds, ground into a powder/flour
Dashes of cinnamon and nutmeg
3 tbsp water
1 ripe banana, mashed up really well
1 tablespoon agave
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Combine the ground oats, ground almonds, and cinnamon and nutmeg in a bowl.
Whisk flax seed and water together briskly
Add to mixture of ground oats and almonds
Add mashed banana and combine well.
Place mini muffin paper liners into a pan. Spoon a small amount into each mini muffin liner. Press down to pack with the edge of a spoon or your finger.
Dehydrate muffins at 105 degrees for about 4 hours.
Remove the muffin liners from the pan and dehydrate for another 6 hours or until desired consistency.
If you are baking a low heat, bake at 200 degrees for about 5 hours. Check muffins during baking to be sure that they don’t dry out.
This healthy muffin recipe makes about 12 mini-muffins.
Soaked, sun-dried tomatoes are one of the key ingredients in Dr. Gabriel Cousen’s raw recipe for Tomato-Cucumber Dressing, from his book ‘Conscious Eating.’
Tomato-Cucumber Dressing – A Raw Recipe from Gabriel Cousens, M.D.
Following is a low-glycemic, live-food recipe by Dr. Gabriel Cousens, featured in his book Conscious Eating. This delicious recipe is great for everyone – even those who do not have any blood-sugar related health challenges!
Prep time: 15 minutes
1 cup sesame mylk
1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes, soaked
2 Tbs raw apple cider vinegar
1 tsp mellow miso
Juice of 1 lemon
Blend all of the ingredients together, except for the miso, until smooth. Add the miso and blend for another 30 seconds. Enjoy!
Chocolate Blueberry Energy Bars : A Raw Food Recipe from Brendan Brazier
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Brendan Brazier’s raw food recipe for Chocolate Blueberry Energy Bars, from his new book ‘Thrive – The Vegan Nutrition Guide to Optimal Performance in Sports and Life.’
Chocolate Blueberry Energy Bars – A Raw Recipe from Brendan Brazier
“High in antioxidants and flavonoids, these bars help reduce free radical damage in the body and improve cellular recovery. I first started making these bars when I began getting serious abut triathlon training and racing…I’d carry them with me on long rides and during Ironman races. They’re the perfect clean-burring fuel to keep you going strong for hours.”
Yields: 12 bars
Prep Time: 10 minutes
1 cup fresh or soaked dried dates
1/4 cup almonds
1/4 cup blueberries
1/4 cup roasted carob powder (or cacao to make 100% raw)
1/4 cup ground flaxseed
1/4 cup hemp protein
1/4 cup unhulled sesame seeds
1 tsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 tsp lemon zest
Sea salt to taste
1/2 cup sprouted or cooked buckwheat (optional)
1/2 cup frozen blueberries
In a food processor, process all of the ingredients together, except the buckwheat and blueberries. Knead the buckwheat and berries into mixture by hand. Enjoy!
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Truth Calkins/David Wolfe’s Avalance Recipe:
8 rounded T cacao powder
4 rounded T tocotrienols
2 T. DHA oil (or other oil, like flax)
2 squirts Chocolate Stevia and 1 squirt English Toffee Stevia
Add 1 ou./dash of (Springdragon Longevity) Tea and
Stir by hand until it’s fudgy/pudding liquidy chocolate sauce. Add more tea until it’s liquidy.
8 T lucuma powder + 1 T. maca; or 8 T. colostrum (hind milk of cows)
5 hpg. T tocotrienols
4 level T. cacao powder
1 T. Dandy Blend (optional)
1 T. Lecithin
1 T. Xylitol
1 T. flax or other oil
a couple drops ocean trace minerals, sea salt, or half of each
1 1/2 glass ice
a couple drops probiotics
2 1/4 squirts/droppers chocolate Stevia
Blend in Vitamix with a plunger, pushing down ice cream as it mixes.
Pour ice cream in a glass, then layer with 1/3 of the fudge, more ice cream, more fudge, more ice cream, top with fudge. Add shaved/sliced/whole cacao beans.
Kimora Lee Simmons Juice Recipe
2-3 stalks of Kale
2 stalks of Celery
Handful of Dandelion Greens
1/2 inch of Ginger
1/2 Green Apple
Last day of our Jack LaLanne tribute…
I really hoped you enjoyed this week and had a lot of fun with us. I know I enjoyed doing the videos, I really haven’t had that much energy in the show for a while, so it’s nice to be back!
Today, I’m going to make the juice that I made for Kimora Lee Simmons on her show last year. Every time they run the reruns, we get dozens of emails asking what the recipe was, so I thought it would be fun to share it with you on the show.